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FIGURE 1 in The genera and species of Comatulidae (Comatulida: Crinoidea): taxonomic revisions and a molecular and morphological guide

Summers, Mindi M.; Messing, Charles G.; Rouse, Greg W.


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    <title>FIGURE 1 in The genera and species of Comatulidae (Comatulida: Crinoidea): taxonomic revisions and a molecular and morphological guide</title>
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  <publicationYear>2017</publicationYear>
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    <subject>Biodiversity</subject>
    <subject>Taxonomy</subject>
    <subject>Animalia</subject>
    <subject>Echinodermata</subject>
    <subject>Crinoidea</subject>
    <subject>Comatulida</subject>
    <subject>Comasteridae</subject>
    <subject>Comatella</subject>
    <subject>Alloeocomatella</subject>
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    <date dateType="Issued">2017-12-31</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">FIGURE 1. Comatellinae. (A–C) Alloeocomatella pectinifera—(A) live, centrodorsal concealed with ten arms exposed from coral, photographed at night; (B) well-developed rounded pentagonal centrodorsal with one row of cirri; (C) combs with&amp;gt;20 tall, narrow, triangular teeth confluent with the outer edge of pinnule, non-tapering. (D) Alloeocomatella polycladia exposed on coral following removal from under loose coral rubble, with diagnostic red color and&amp;gt;10 arms, curling. (E–F) Comatella stelligera, preserved—(E) specimen 2, entire animal showing&amp;gt;20 arms and numerous cirri; (F) specimen 1, well-developed circular centrodorsal with two rows of cirri; arrows indicate syzygies. (G–L) Comatella nigra—(G–J) live, semicryptic on coral reef, showing various color morphs; (K) well-developed circular centrodorsal with one row of cirri; arrows indicate syzygies; (L) combs with triangular teeth, confluent with interior side of pinnule, diminishing distally to a blunt tip. Raja Ampat, Indonesia: A. not vouchered; C. SIO-BIC E6166. Palau: B. CRECH 236; K. SIO-BIC E5875; L. SIO-BIC E6265. Madang, Papua New Guinea: D. MNHN-IE-2013-8123. G. MNHN-IE-2013-8179; I. MNHN-IE-2013-8103; MNHN-IE-2013-8064. Challenger Station 174, near Kandavu, Fiji: E–F. NHM 88.11.9.104, type specimens 1 and 2. Timor: H. AM J.25420.</description>
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